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Peiper joins UAE Team Emirates as directeur sportif

Allan Peiper will work as a directeur sportif with the UAE Team Emirates squad in 2019, getting back behind the wheel of a team car after several years as Sporting Manager at BMC Racing. Peiper is expected to work closely with Dan Martin as he targets the Ardennes Classics and Grand Tours, sharing his experience of working with Cadel Evans and Richie Porte. UAE Team Emirates have also bolstered its line-up by signing Fernando Gaviria from Quick-Step Floors, Sergio Henao from Team Sky and severa...


Van der Poel hits back at De Vlaeminck over allegations he's 'broken' cyclo-cross

Mathieu van der Poel has hit back at criticism from Roger De Vlaeminck after the former rider said the young Dutchmans recent domination had broken cyclo-cross. The 23-year-old responded, saying that he doesn’t train to make cyclo-cross exciting. Van der Poel has been a dominant force throughout the current cyclo-cross season, something that has been more apparent with the struggles of his primary rival, Wout van Aert. Van der Poel won his second consecutive World Cup race in Tabor on Saturda...


Romain Bardet: The best is yet to come

AG2R La Mondiale leader Romain Bardet insists that the best is yet to come from him, despite having been unable to improve on his 2016 and 2017 Tour de France podium positions at this years race. In a Q&A interview with LEquipe on Tuesday, Bardet also said that hed like to ride the Giro dItalia for the first time in his career next season, but that he and the team would discuss the feasibility of doing the Giro-Tour double in 2019 at AG2Rs training camp in Vaujany, near to Alpe dHuez, at the en...


Arenberg sector of Paris-Roubaix cobbles set to be made safer

The infamous Trouée dArenberg sector of pavé, used each year by Paris-Roubaix, could have the gaps between its cobbles filled in with mortar ahead of the 2019 race. Rather than being an early April Fools joke, French newspaper La Voix du Nord reports that concerns about the grass that grows in between the cobblestones is prompting the race organisers to look at solutions to make the road safer. While the last truly wet Paris-Roubaix was back in 2002, concerns about the additional risk of wet g...


Michael Creed: Fighting back against depression - Podcast

In the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast, we continue our Tour of Colorado and visit Mike Creed in Manitou Springs. The former rider, who turned team manager with Aevolo, looks back at his career in the sport and opens up about his battles with depression and suicide, in this emotional, insightful and powerful interview. For those who are unware, Creed turned pro with the US Postal team and was labeled as a future champion after a bright start to his junior and U23 career. However, inju...


10 questions for Greg Van Avermaet

Greg Van Avermaets 2018 season might not have measured up to 2017 in terms of his victory tally, but the Belgian still enjoyed an eight-day spell in the lead of the Tour de France. But given the chance, Van Avermaet would trade that honour for a victory in his home Monument, the Tour of Flanders. The organisers of the Tour of Flanders, Flanders Classics, posted a quick 10-question interrogation of Van Avermaet on Twitter in which the Olympic champion says he would rather win the UCI Road World ...


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